Vintage Tomorrows

Errata for Vintage Tomorrows

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The errata list is a list of errors and their corrections that were found after the product was released. If the error was corrected in a later version or reprint the date of the correction will be displayed in the column titled "Date Corrected".

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
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Page 4
United States

Makes for an fun pint. Suggest: Makes for a fun pint.

Jason  Oct 01, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 5
United States

The the following year can Android. Suggest: Then the following year came Android.

Jason  Oct 01, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 8
United States

2nd to last paragraph. First sentence. Suggest: We learned that people want their technology to have a sense of humor, a sense of history, and most importantly, as sense of humanity. 3rd sentence. Suggest: The last bit of the book explores the implications of what we learned.

Jason  Oct 01, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 10
1st sentence under Norweson

Needs a comma between Brian and Norweson.

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 10
3rd paragraph under Norweson

Channel typo. A little awkward in the wording. Maybe "A highlight is the two channels ..."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 10
Last sentence in Norweson box

Typo on research

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 12
2nd paragraph, 1st sentence

Thought instead of though.

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 13
2nd paragraph under "Living the past". Middle of the paragraph

This ma(d)e me realize ...

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 15
3rd to last paragraph

Typo on "cried"

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 16
1st & 2nd paragraph

Typo embarrassed. Remove quotation mark at end of 1st paragraph. 2nd paragraph. Possibly remove "meandered" or go with ", meandering"

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 16
Paragraph above "Tim Leary on tape"

"... his introduction (comma) so I felt ..."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 16
3rd & 2nd to last paragraphs

The quotes could use some clarification. Maybe... "... your role was (to) the counter ... " "What do you think your role continue(s) to be?" "We'll, there have been ..."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 23
Last paragraph

Remove extra 'say'. "I say say look around you"

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 24
Last sentence 4th to last paragraph

Typo? Strated => started.

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 26
Last paragraph

"The facts (go) like this"

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 26
2nd paragraph

Typo: excited

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 26
Towards the end of the 3rd to last paragraph

"I remind myselfed" => "I reminded myself"

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 27
1st paragraph

"... knowing that there (were) a few more ..."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 27
Thursday 29 paragraph

Know instead of knew (although it is an excerpt, so maybe that's what it should be) "dust in places I didn't even knew I had"

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 27
4th paragraph (above Mad Max box)

"... protect (my) face..." Double 'and'. "...shorts and bog of water and simply..." (Should bog be bottle?) Double dressed. "...some were dressed to the hilt, and every(thing) in between."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 27
Mad max block

"Following a global wa(r), the world (experiences) a ..."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 28
Last sentence of First paragraph

"...just about everything (t)here."

Jason  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 29
2nd paragraph

"What does it mean ---- when..."

Anonymous  Oct 11, 2012  Feb 25, 2013
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Page 39
2nd

"though" should be "thought" I have identified over 27 typos. Is there some way I can just ZIP together page images and send them to someone. Many of them are obvious spelling error that a spell check programs should have or already has found. What good are page numbers and paragraphs when that can all vary based on the font and font size I have selected. (You need another way to identify errors.)

Roy Wagner  Nov 01, 2012  Feb 25, 2013